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Author: Andrew Jessop

  • How to evaluate your performance against core algorithm updates

    Minor Google algorithm updates are a daily occurrence, but in 2019 we have seen growing awareness of Google core algorithm updates, which are broader changes to the search engine’s ranking criteria and are usually announced officially via Google’s webmaster blogs. They have the potential to knock top-ranked websites further down in the search results, especially […]

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  • How fast is fast enough for good SEO performance?

    It doesn’t take an SEO expert to understand that a slow loading site isn’t good for your business. Your website is, in essence, delivering a service to the reader. If a competitor does a faster job of providing that service, then you are likely to lose customers. While most people understand this at a core […]

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  • Technical Writing vs Technical Content Writing

    With only one word differing the two terms, the confusion between technical writing and technical content writing is understandable. Further adding to this confusion is the fact that the two disciplines require similar skill sets and can even cross paths in many instances. However, the ultimate aims of technical writing and technical content writing are […]

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  • What to check if you get a sudden traffic drop

    There can be many reasons why a website might suddenly lose traffic. From changes in search engine algorithms, through to simple tracking errors, the reasons for a traffic drop can be either simple or agonisingly complex. At SALT.agency, we provide comprehensive traffic drop audits for companies that are experiencing depreciated levels of traffic. Before you […]

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  • Faceted navigation best practices

    Otherwise known as guided navigation, faceted navigation uses product metadata that users can then utilise to refine search queries and category listings. Most enterprise and e-commerce sites use types of faceted navigation so that users can quickly navigate the site for the products that they desire. Although this is indeed very wholesome for users, faceted […]

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  • Can CDNs benefit your website?

    Across the internet you are likely to find a smattering of articles and discussions about why Cloudflare and other such Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) aren’t beneficial for SEO. The likelihood however, is that those articles are written by people whose services aren’t set up properly, as mentioned by John Mueller — Google’s Webmaster Trends Analyst. […]

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  • Getting to know structured data

    Structured data is a topic of conversation that you’ll hear people discuss with increasing volume throughout 2019 and beyond. And there’s a good reason for this, as structured data provides websites with the perfect tools to liaise with Google’s crawlers with an advanced level of clarity.

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